Getting help from therapy

Does talking about problems really help? Yes. Sometimes your quality of life might be lower because you tend to have strong emotional reactions, or maybe you take action without thinking carefully, or you are tend to spend a lot of time alone.  A therapist can suggest ways to control your emotions, or be calmer in stressful situations, or build a support network of trustworthy people.  If you’re at college or graduate school, then an on-campus Counseling…

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A letter for you

If YOU are in crisis right now, please read this letter If I was in your position I would find it hard to believe that somebody I didn’t know would want to talk to me.  Yet, I really do. I wish I knew your name so that I could make this more personal.  I wish I could be there with you right now so that you could see the sincerity in my tear-filled eyes as…

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Suicide – not so fast.

If you would like to read what others have to say about some things to think about when you’re in a suicidal crisis, check out Suicide: Read This First. There’s no reason to do something drastic right away.  Why not take a few moments to listen to some other perspectives?  Some people have lived through a suicidal crisis and decided to share their stories with you. The wonderful sites Talking About Suicide, Live Through This, and…

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